Lecture by Peter Osborne: What Makes Contemporary Art Contemporary? Or, Other People's Lives
Saturday, January 30, 2016
Peter Osborne is professor for modern European philosophy at Kingston University in London and works as an editor of_ Radical Philosophy_. His highly acclaimed book Anywhere or not at all: Philosophy of Contemporary Art (2013) diagnoses the concept of contemporaneity especially in connection to art as historic and establishes a philosophy of art re-framing the heterogeneity of and antinomies within contemporary artistic practices. For Osborne, the post-conceptual condition is a prerogative for contemporary art.